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we're following breaking news at 10 -- milwaukee police asking for your help in finding 13-year-old yarielis laguna..she was last seen leaving her home near eight and lincoln on tuesday..police believe she's in the metro area.. possibly with friends. if you see her or know where she is... call police at 414-935-7405. 3 looking live now on this thanksgiving of downtown milwaukee.. get ready for snow..temperature dip overnight..just as many prepare to head out for bl friday shopping. you won't only be battling for deals..but dealing with some changes from mother nature. nature.let's get right to meteorologist drew buryone for a look at your ready weather. tonight: clouds hang tough. lows around freezing. wind: w 5-10 mph. friday: flurries expected for your black friday shopping!
mph.thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather returning and milder temps in the mid 40s. temperatures are even milder sunday in the low 50s. rain showers return next week monday and tuesday with highs near 50. colder weather returns late in the week. a few stores did open today on thanksgiving..but it wasn't as long of a list as last year.. shoppers still lined up to score some deals.. some even for days.cbs 58's marshanna hester was there as the best buy in delafield opened it's
whether it's snagging deals or snapping selfies, there's something for everyone to celebrate on black friday. friday.they braved the cold checking their lists twice before the doors opened at best buy in delafield. delafield. 58.33 there's three different tvs a laptop some wireless headphones the echo dock 58.39 54.49 the tv's for me everything else is gifts michael franke is first line... he's been here for 8 days ..a tradition that started 10ears ago after a any of the deals we wanted that year b/c we were too far back in line.now, when those doors open-- he's all smiles and so are the people not far behind... ready to load up deals too good to pass up on thanksgiving day.you may call them crazy-- but 3 59.34 by the end of the day i'm done with christmas shopping.amid the experts, we found some first-time black friday shoppers...their mission in the hustle and bustle a success
for other stuff too 15.10 stuff people couldn't wait to get their hands on... so imagine my surprise when i ran into the knitter family... at the store... but not to shop shop"20.59 we just come out to people watch and see what everyone is putting in their carts, laughs 21.03 "taking a selfie or two along the way -- makes their black friday tradition complete.a fun way to spend time with family, everyone walking away happy. happy.21.35 it's just fun, really fun. fun.best buy closes at 1am, but don't worry, it will re- open at 8a reporting in delafield, mh cbs 58 news. 3 and it was a long line outside the toys r us in milwaukee today..the store also opened at five.. with parents and grandparents waiting to grab the hottest toys of the season. we caught up with a few shoppers who told us what they had in their carts.. and how long they waited in line. 7:20:34-43 i have 4 children so i got elmo and iron man and an abbey for my son and a bike for my daughter and skullanders
close to an hour. now youre just waiting to check out. yes another 45 minutes close to an hour. all an all maybe 2-3 hours in here 3 this isn't the only stop for the shoppers.. telling us they planned on hitting a few more stores tonight.toys r us is staying open all night.. through 11 tomorrow night. 3 like drew said.. there's a possibility for cold and flurries tomorrow..so make sure you download the cbs 58 ready weather app..you can watch live radar and don't forget to upload pictures of yourself standing many sat down with their families today.. while others had to work today. today.police and firefighters were on duty but not forgotten..as was the case in st. francis. francis."it goes a long way. you're not with your family and when you're with the station you're with your second family." family." ron larson and his wife dropped off boxes full of ham, turkey and all the fixings to the st francis fire department. larson is a vietnam vet for
never lost. "i know what it's like not to be thanked for a job. and these guys are never thought of except when you need them. and i want them to know they're thought of all the time" 3 ron stayed to share a bite with the officers and firefighters who say the support of the community goes along way.. especially now. dan johnson/organizer. "it's quite amazing how people can get along together. and not air their differnces. and just enjoy the day. that's what's this thanksgiving day is that everybody can really get along, so we just need to mulitple it by 360 some days and it'd be an awesome world." world." in racine.. volunteers cooked up enough food for three- thousand people.this is the seventh year for the dan and ray thanksgiving at festival hall.along with the turkey and pumpkin pie.. there was music and enterainment.. all of it free of charge. 3 at marquette university.. the school cooked up a traditional thanksgiving meal for those students who couldn't go home
exchange students who are celebrating their first thanksgiving.the tradition dates back to the 19-40's when a dental professor would cook dinner for his students.. and when he died the university decided to keep it going. 3 and up in port washington.. nisleit's (nis-light's) county inn served free thanksgiving meals each november.when they decided to close down... the new owners continued the 20 year tradition of giving back. general wooster's saloon and grill served up all the regular fixins..and asked that if you are able to donate back to the public.workers also delivered meals to seniors who use meals on wheels.. which is closed today. if you watched this morning's macy's thanksgiving day parade - you may have seen some familiar faces.the greendale marching band and its distrinctive green and black uniforms made quite the impression before a crowd of millions.cbs 58's evan kruegel is here to show us more..evan.. the band actually applied for the honor ?two? years ago - and only found out in april that they'd been selected... today they took to the streets
spotlight after months of practice on the greendale high school football field - the panthers took their talents to a slightly bigger stage - marching through new york city - in front of millions of viewers....39:45 "it's exposure for your band, and your school and your state that not everyone, has the chance to do every year." director tom reifenberg spoke with us last week - as the band ran through final "it's a stage that everyone around the country watches, everyone around the world watches.""i'm very thankful, i know a lot of people are, that we get to experience this." the band drove out sunday - packing 9 tour buses.... spending the week touring the big apple - with trips to times square - and saks fifth avenue... all part of an experience - capped off with this moment... :32:39 "this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, not everyone gets to do this." "an experience unlike any other that i'll definitely remember.":41:15 "most bands and band directors probably dream of being
iconic events in america." we did reach out to the band this afternoon to see how the day went... they tell us they had a great time - and were treated to a cruise on the hudson river following today's performance. bill/michele? thanksgiving is a day to spend with friends and family..but a group of wisconsin volunteers are in north dakota to make sure pipeline protesters have full meals for the holiday. holiday.volunteers in west salem collected po food...much of it donated from local businesses.they left early yesterday morning to join people protesting the dakota access pipeline. they say they want to make sure everyone there gets a good meal this thanksviving. "we were like we need to do something. we have a call to arms kind of and we have this great bus, which really enables us to take a lot out there and bring a lot of people out there so we started talking about it and made it ha" happen." the group cooked all the meals they could today then donated the rest of the food to other
an american service-member was killed on thanksgiving day by a roadside bomb in syria. several hundred american military personnel are there training syrian rebels who are fighting isis. in iraq, about five thousand american troops are also helping the effort to defeat terror.cbs' holly williams spent time with some of them as they celebrated thanksgiving.. some for the first time away from home. just east of mosul.we travelled with colonel brett sylvia today, as he rallied troops from the 101st airborne division.dug in here for the battle against isis."we still have a mission here, and it's a dangerous mission."today they took time out from the fightas colonel sylvia honored a longstanding military tradition...senior officers serving the rank and file soldiers their thanksgiving lunch.colonel
of duty in iraq - but for many of his soldiers it's their first."this is specialist kang sir, he's our medic making sure we're good with our immunization and just staying safe out there sir."they were children when the us invaded iraq in 2003.a new generation of young americans, serving in iraq five years after the us government said it was leaving for good."they didn't sign up because they wanted to come fight in iraq they signed up because they wanted to serve their country.." "american service members could be here for u-s military says 1500 isis fighters have been killed in the battle for mosul - but the extremists are determined, and their tactics have slowed the offensive. holly willliams, cbs news, northern iraq" president elect donald trump took to twitter this thanksgiving... asking americans to set aside their di. differences.we have just finished a long and bruising political campaign. emotions are raw and tensions just
at his florida home. speculation continues on who trump will pick to become his next secretary of state..20-12 gop mominee mitt romney is said to be on the short list.. despite his fierce criticism of trump during the campaign. 3 and hillary clinton broke her twitter silence..tweeting out happy thanksgiving to everyone. and she also sent out an image of a collection of homemade "thank you" signs on the corner of her street.the message went on to say "thank you to all of you who did this." 3 demanding a recount..the former presidential nominee leading the charge here in wisconsin..and what political experts think about the outcome. 3 and attention holiday shoppers..parking in tosa might require you to brush up on the drivers ed manual... we'll explain.. 3 plus.. porch thieves..how to prevent your holiday packages from getting stolen when we come back.
families were celebrating.a game also attended by the mayor.no one at the game was hurt.no word yet on a motive. it looks like there will be a recount of presidential votes in wisconsin. wisconsin.green party candidate jill stein, who finished a distant fourth in the state, says she will file the request.cbs 58's kristen barbaresi joins us with the details. stein plans to challenge results in three states-- all won by donald trump...but she claims the recount is not about who won, but rather of problems with the process. donald trump won wisconsin by about one percentage point, or roughly 27,000 votes,results being challenged by former green party candidate jill stei. stein. there were lots of hacks taking place around this elections. hacks in to voter databases, hacks in to party databases, individual email accountsstein believes voting machines could also be hacked, though she acknowledges there is no indiciation that happened. happened. i don't think we have evidence of that. but i think it's only natural and
reassured that our votes are counted.talk of a recount began when computer scientists at the university of michigan urged hillary clinton to challenge results in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania 3 these professors ran some data and they said there are these isolated outliers. why did this area have so many fewer democratic votes than another area? i think that's not necessarily proof that something hinkey is going on. still political expert mordecai lee says recounts are a common part of the and so for somebody from afar to say hey 27,000 isn't a lot, lets double check and be sure, i think that's understandable. stein is funding the recounts in the three states through an online fundraiser-- which already raised more than 4.2 million of the 4.5 million dollar goal. the official deadline to file a recount request in wisconsin is tomorrow-stein says she will be able to meet that deadline. 3 three 13-year-old's under
damaging a sheboygan business. police say they were called to the cargill malt facility..yet again.. last night..they caught up with a teen who was running away.he was the only one. but police tell us he and the two oths are suspects in a break-in at the same place on monday.damage is said to be in the thousands. 3 there's a new way to park in tosa village..not everyone is on board.. or not yet. yet.city officials say this will make it safer for bikers in the area full of shops and restauratns.the spaces are along harwood and underwood works.. once you find a space you pull forward.. put the car into reverse.. cut the wheel and back in.while it may seem a little odd at first.. the city says it's working with drivers to figure it out. "it's just different and people aren't familiar with it... much like how roundabouts were a few years ba" back.""i can't see people backing into tight spots especially when bikers are going by at the same time." time.""these are pretty wide spots... so i don't think people are going to have a problem once they get used to i"
signs next month to let people know they should be backing into the spaces. if you're hoping to avoid the long lines and crowds at the store by shopping online ..be aware of porch theives. theives.zachary huggins waited for a custom grill cover to show up on his doorstop.. surveillance cameras from zach?s house show the suspect drive down the street.wait for a delivery at the front door and in just seconds run up..grab the box..and make a getaway. no more than 30 seconds after it was dropped off he came and running to his vehicle. vehicle. police have a few tips so this doesn't happen to you -- request a signature.. so the package doesn't sit on your porch.you can also ask a trustworthy neighor to watch for deliveries..have packages sent to your office..or leave special instructions for delivery driver on where packages can be placed. just last week a u-s letter carrier in milwaukee was robbed of two packages..and attacked when he tried to get them back. 3
lane' lights display in west allis.it's free to drive through...but volunteers will be out each night collecting donations for midwest athletes against childhood cancer..'the macc fund.' candy cane lane runs through friday december 26th. 3 tonight: clouds hang tough. lows around freezing. wind: w 5-10 mph.friday:rr expected for your black friday shopping! highs near 40. wind: w 10-15 mph.thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather returning and milder temps in the mid 40s. temperatures are even milder sunday in the low 50s. rain showers return next
returns late in the week. tonight: clouds hang tough. lows around freezing. wind: w 5-10 mph.friday: flurries expected for your black friday shopping! highs near 40. wind: w 10-15 mph.thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry wea returning and milder temps in the mid 40s. temperatures are even milder sunday in the low 50s. rain showers return next week monday and tuesday with highs near 50. colder weather returns late in the week. tonight: clouds hang tough. lows around freezing. wind: w
expected for your black friday shopping! highs near 40. wind: w 10-15 mph.thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather returning and milder temps in the mid 40s. temperatures are even milder sunday in the low 50s. rain showers return next week monday and tuda highs near 50. colder weather returns late in the week. tonight: clouds hang tough. lows around freezing. wind: w 5-10 mph.friday: flurries expected for your black friday shopping! highs near 40. wind: w 10-15 mph.thanksgiving
returning and milder temps in the mid 40s. temperatures are even milder sunday in the low 50s. rain showers return next week monday and tuesday with highs near 50. colder weather returns late in the week. running around and shopping could be one way to burn off those thanksgiving calories.. calories..turns out most people will eat an average of 2-thousand calories for the one meal.. that's not including seconds or thirds. the best thing you today -- get out and move. move.13:02-13:13 getting up every half hour maybe take a lap around the house going outside playing with the kids a little bit. that's a great way to get you out and at least get you moving to try and burn a little bit of calori. calories. jordan rabe (rabbie) works at the wisconsin athletic club and recommends you get off the couch .other easy exercieses you can do at home.. squats and push ups that you can do
3,2,1, go! go! and if exercising ?before? a big meal is good for you then...these people have the right idea. close to three thousand people spent thanksgiving morning running around miller park for the annual "drumstick dash 5-k" people were racing to the finish line for a good cause.. th e5-k is also a food drive to benefit "feeding america of eastern wisconsin." for every dollar donated...feeding america says it can provide three meals to a person in need. 3 running for feeding america.. others played football for the hunger task force.this is the 17th year for the turkey bowl in west allis... a game to play before settling in on the couch to watch the pros.the group collects food and monitary donations and then drops it all off at hunger task force tomorrow. 3 some other runners made time for a five-k ?and? church this morning.it's the 8th annual
trot in cedarburg. the community was invited to attend mass at 8:30 am...followed by a 5-k run. then everyone was invited for free coffee, hot chocolate and treats. 3 and lambeau field morphed into a massive dinning room today. for the 14th year, the christian outreach ecumenical hosted the one-hour meal.the dinner was free but reservations were needed.it took some 400 volunteers to make it happen.
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 peavy: i'm gonna go with mashed potatoes and gravy. solid, just something simple. can't go wrong.hornibrook: i think from what my mom would make it was the cranberries that i liked the best, that sh were pretty good. the badgers hope to feast on gopher saturday in madison... if they do, they could spend several weeks tasting the sweetest fruit in college footb. football...a chase for a national championship.bucky badger's six game win streak has brought electricity to a holiday week on the u-w campus, and at the risk of mixing holiday metaphors, players have visions of national playoff games dancing in their heads. 3 3 beigel: going into the season, you have hopes, right? you
be in the big ten west conversation, to be in the big ten championship, to be in the playoff picture, it's all fun to be a part of. it's what being a college football player is all about, and it's what you dream of when you commit to a university like this. wisconsinites would be even more thankful if the packers could make it a race in the n-f-c north. north.the pack would gain ground on somebody today, cause the two division leaders played each other. lions and vikings - matt asiata for the score there. the final minute of this game told us a lot about the division darrius slay intercepts sam bradford in the closing seconds of a tie game. so all detroit needed was a 40 yard field goal from matt was a 40 yard field goal from matt prater to win it... it...and they got it. the lions have seven wins after trailing in the fourth quarter this season. and they're alone atop the n-f-c north. washington played the packers on sunday night, and they had to go to dallas four days later. thanks, roger goodell. and is there a more thanksgiving moment than a
elliott got fed all day, and the cowboys escaped a 20 point charge by washington in the final quarter. that's a 10-game win streak, a record for the cowboys in a single regular season. the packers say that, if they had practiced today, blake martinez wouldn't have participated. so the rookie's knee injury looks like it'll be an issue this week. damarious randall would have been limited today if there had been a practice, and that bodes well for the secondary 3 doorbusters! deals! determined shoppers!we'll have your ?first? look at black friday. see the long lines of shoppers before the sun comes up... the rush inside when the stores open... and the hot items people are buying.plus-- a local restaurant is giving away 100 dollar visa gift cards to ?help? with your holiday shopping. watch us tomorrow for the details. the cbs 58 morning news is on from 4:30 to 7:00.
football fans are devouring the latest tweet from aaron rodgers' girlfriend olivia munn.the actress tweeted out tonight -- so many things i'm thankful for, but most of all i'm thankful for my family, friends, aaron rodgers and our two pups.the comments that followed donwright unthanksgiving like.with a season like this i guess fans will look for any excuse.
instead long lines at stores... yomay see a line to buy powerball tickets.the powerball jackpot is up to 403 million dollars.the odds of winning is about 1 in 292 million.the next drawing is saturday night... and if no one wins saturday... the jackpot ?could? reach the record-setting jackpot of 1 point 6 billion dollars. 3 toni lows around freezing. wind: w 5-10 mph.friday: flurries expected for your black friday shopping! highs near 40. wind: w 10-15 mph.thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather returning and milder temps in the mid 40s. temperatures are even milder sunday in the low 50s. rain showers return next week monday and tuesday with highs near 50. colder weather
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